Home Practice Designs White Doesn't Have to be Sterile and Dull

White Doesn’t Have to be Sterile and Dull

Time and again, we’ve heard from ODs that they want their new and renovated offices to look different than a traditional medical facility. That doesn’t, however, mean that they need to shy away from using white, the color often associated with these sterile environments.

Carefully consider the incorporation of white throughout the space from the walls, to frame displays and the reception desk. With just the right elements, you can make other colors pop and create an atmosphere that is simple and welcoming or modern and sleek. Click on the images to read their stories.

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